The answer is yes. NEVER use roofing nails.
How about the required 10D for uplift rating.
10d joist hanger nails. 10d common 0148×3 8d common 0131×2 ¹₂ 083 083 Load Adjustment Factors for Optional Nails Used with Face Mount Hangers and Straight Straps 1. 10d x 1-12 nails are 0148 dia. Updated product information is designated in blue font.
Jump to Latest Follow. Joist hangers should be installed with hot-dip galvanized structural nails whenever possible. Typically the least you can use for a single joist hanger is a 10d common.
The issue detailed in that blog post was the use of 1-½ nails in places where full-size 10d nails are supposed to be used. Hi David thanks for reading. The single-fastener load capacity of the 9 SD screw exceeds the capacity of a 10d common nail while the single-fastener load capacity of the 10.
Joist hangers with 10d 1 12 nails. 16d and 10d nails are usually recommended for most applications. LUS MUS HUS HHUS HGUS.
Nailers for joist hangers. In these cases these reduction factors must be applied to. Definitely not a Home Depot item.
X 1-12 long 10d nails are 0148 dia. As I mentioned towards the end of my blog the manufacturer will allow 10d 1-12 nails at the. Im in the process of completing an add-a-level with a 10×10 dining room addition.
10dx1¹₂ or 16dx2¹₂ nails may not be substituted for joist nails in double shear hangers ie. Manufacturers of connection hardware such as Simpson Strong-tie always indicate what type of nails should be used with their products. Both second floor bathrooms are above this area 1.
The 10d nail is typically 1-12 inches long and is specifically sized for the hole provided in the hanger. I call them the Stubby 10d. The JUS hanger series offers double shear nailing.
Thats not correct the manufacturer specifies full 10d nails in to the header. The architect specified a flush flitch beam with the steel between 2 2x10s. Slant nailing also eliminates the need for shorter joist nails in 2x applications.
Just check the chart that I included. The joists are supported by the hangers which are themselves fastened to the ledger boards. On the other hand many different types of joist hangers can be installed using 10d 12d or 16d nails.
While others can and do use other nailsscrews I like to use these nails. For example a Simpson LU26 takes 6 10d face nails and 4 10dx15 inch joist nails. They typcially specify 16d 10d or 8d common nails for the installation of hangers straps and ties.
See current catalogue for options. These nails are typically sold by the 1 lb or 5 lb container and are right next to the joist hangers in the aisle. Outdoors use 16d double-dipped galvanized nails or stainless steel when called for for installing hangers.
You wrote Yes 10d nails need to be used on the diagonal but the joist hanger nails are used to attach the joist hanger to the header. Back in 2010 I wrote a blog post detailing one of the most common deck defects that I find which is improper joist hanger nails. The short joist hanger nails are also 10d nails and they can be used for single joist hangersDont use box nails or roofing nails and dont substitute 16d sinkers for 16d commons.
All hanger manufacturers have specific nail recommendations. The 1 12 length allows us to not worry about them extending thru the 2x boards Im nailing into. USPs dimple allows for 30 to 45 nailing through the joist into the header resulting in higher loads and less nailing.
You can use either specialized galvanized bracket screws made specifically for joist hangers or simply use 8d or 10d nails as indicated by the bracket manufacturer. So which nail should you use when fastening a beam or joist hanger. For interior framing that means using only the thicker 10d 12d or 16d common nails rather than skinnier sinker nails to fasten a joist hangers face flange to wall ledgers headers and beams.
In some cases it is desirable to install Simpson Strong-Tie face-mount joist hangers post basses and caps and straight straps and with nails that are a different type or size than what is called out in the load table. JL – 20 gauge. The JL series is a light-capacity 2x joist hanger and the JLIF inverted flange series is a light to medium-capacity joist hanger for 2x lumber applications.
For exterior joist installation projects nails need to be corrosion resistant. These nails are created for the Simpson Joist Hangers. The box of 16D true 35 x 162 16D common not 325 x 131 so called 16 shorts that are 10D diameter 21 degree HDG collated nails I purchased last week at the lumber yard cost 17500 for 2000.
The 9 and 10 SD screws replace 10d and 16d nails respectively. These connection plates are usually made of stainless steel while models made of steel are zinc coated in order to make them resistant to corrosion. Joist hangers are galvanized metal brackets that are affixed to the ledger boards and rim joists of decks.
Buy Simpson Strong Tie SSN10D 10d x 1-12 Joist Hanger Nails 316 Stainless Steel 1-lb per Package. Specifically designed to replace nails in certain Simpson Strong-Tie connectors and is the only screw approved for that application.